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Ctithii)(tl fi'itiii fitlja 2, I
to no otticr notion in intelligence,
molality or education. That was a
very honorable status nmoug im- ,
tions. Tlii'ii why not tiust lln-
wnihins ns thuy li listed other nation
alities? Hep. Thurston moved Mint the
nyes mid noes be t.ikun, which car
ried. The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bid was lust on the follow
Ayes Ministers Gibson and Gu
lick ; Nobles Domini and Clcguorn ;
Reps. Hayselden, Aiiin.ru, Ktuilia,
l'ahin, Wight, Xahule, Kahltiu,
Kauhaue, Kekoa, Aholo, and Kuu
katilG. Noes Minister Neumann, Nobles
Bishop, Kuihulnni, Knau, Martin,
and Parker; Heps. Kuan, Lillka
lrtnl, Baker, Ivtuihl, Blown, Kaulii
kou, Kaunair.atio, Kalua, Itichaid
son, Costlo, Dickey, Kaai, Thurs
ton, 1'aehaolc, Dole, and Faloluui
(Minister Neumann had origin
ally voted aye, and Rep. ICaulukou
doubtful, but before the vote was
announced they a9ked to have their
votes changed to no.)
Rep. Thurston moved to recon
sider the question.
Minister Neumann moved that the
house adjouiu till 10 o'clock to
morrow, which carried, thu house
rising at 4:45.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 188G.
S f Zo i land la from San Francisco.
StmrKilauca Hon from windward poits
fctmr Jas I Dowsett from 1 ia
StinrMokolli from .Molok i
Stmr Wulniaualo from V, lmanalo
Sehr ltbb Hoy from Koolau
fcehr Kaplolaul from Kwu
Bktnc Makah for San Francisco
Schr Ko An llou for Pohoikl.
ttmr Jas Jiiikce forWalanao andliapau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Star of Devon, Muckcts
Uktuc Morning Star, Turner
Ship Kate Davenport, lluwiuud
Snip Richard 111
Bgtno Cousuulo Cousins
From San Francisco, per S S Zcalan
dla, Juno 8-U Gage and wife, TJelfiey
and wife, Miss F .uarkham, Airs Lacli
man, Tom (Uimiuins, .Miss Ella Lark,
Mrs E T Skudinoro, II Roth, Mrs i
Anton mid child, .nis.-aneedo audVrv
ant, J R Holt and wife, Us K rown,
b Louisson, rs ( auuavarru. child and
nurso", Mrs R T Law less, G X Wilcox.
Wis Du i ois, II better, T R Foster, P
Adler, II Ilanucberg, .-i Hinds, D W
IClrklaud and IS steerage.
From wiudward pons per stmr W G
11 II, Juno 8 From Volcano: M Casso
nave and Chlbourg. From waypoits;
O X Spencer, Geo itoss, J 11 Tr sk, i.
N Green well, Mrs J F Jordan, O L .1
ona, MrsThilva, hlng, A i alley,
G Weight, W M Coffee, 'llio? Rochloit,
L L von Tcmpsky, M E Sllva, wile and
child, M Lyons and 71 deck.
For Waulawa, Laulhull, W'aimea. etc,
Kauai, per stmr Iwlaui, June 8 Col E
W Purvis, MrsE L Kauai and sister,
Judge lliipukii, Miss Alvlna Welbkc,
Miss Ifaonuhl, Miss lurpuku, Miss Ma
hoe, Miss Wilcox, W E Rowell, Mrs
Altaian and daughter, Miss Kaoaoka
lanl and about 100 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktno M kali,
Juno 0 Messrs Emmet and Lrans-
Stmr Kllauca Hou-i)000 bags sugar, 41
head of cattle and SOU hides.
Stmr W G Hall 70U1 bags sugar, 738
bags awa, UO bags cottce, IM hides,
8 head cattle, -1 horses mid 12 bogs.
' Sbe sails on Saturday the 12th.
The S S Zcalandla, left San Francisco,
Juno 1st, at II p. m., have experienced
flue-weather throughout the cutlro pas
To the wife of T. 0. Wills, Pah. la, a
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Gymnasium premises are up
for sale. k
The Beaver Saloon is the place to
'go for fresh hozen oysters.
Tlin Band played enchanting
musio at Emma Square last night.
The Honolulu Rifles hold a special
and important meeting this evening.
Messkb. Pratt and Byiig arc said to
bo doing well in their new rcutauiant
on Fort street. ,
A handsome dog of uncommonly
largo dimensions lauded from tho
Zealandia last night.
Mils. Paul Neumann's mother, Mrs.
Soucedo, is on u vitit to thu islands
and her relatives here.
The steamer Kiluuen Hon which
arrived tliis morning brought h
broken roller fioin Wainaku, for re
pairs at the foundry.
Captain William Tell arrested 2
Chinamen in tho uct of smoking
opium, in a building near tho Ohineso
theatie, last Monday night.
The monthly meeting of tho
Women's Church Aid Society will ho
held to-morrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, ut tho Y. M. C. A. Hall.
The subject at tho Monthly concert
at tho Lyceum this evening will be
"Persia". Thu pastor will read his
third paper on "Mohammed and his
A'NOtep Divino onco wrote a book
oi "Jifty reasons," and F. Horn pub-
lUlif.'. a double uolutnuudvcUUomoiH
in the Buuxtin containing "four
Srcvr.XTV-inoitT Chinese immigrants
arrived last evening by thu S. S.
Zealaudia fiotu China, ex S. 8. Sail
Pablo and S. S. City of Sydney.
They weie landed in quarantine.
The mail from this place, by tho
harkentino Ella on tho 24th April,
arrived at Pun Francisco on tho 22nd,
7 days later than tho following one
by the Zealand ia.
Mns. Skidmore, one of the leading
and well known milliners of San
Francisco, arrived ex tho S. S. Zeal
uudia, to take charge of the millinery
department of the Ladies' Bazaar,
Mrs. J. Lyons, Proprietor.
An express carriage ran over u
small native boy on King street bridge
tin's morning. Thu boy in avoiding a
lumdcart, then crossing the bridge,
was struck by tho carriage. One of
tho hind wheels passed over his body,
but broko no bones.
At tho closing exercises of St.
Matthew's Hull, San Mateo, Cali
fornia, Prince D. Kawananakoa mid
Master J. A. Wilder distinguished
themselves, the former by rendering
a piano solo and tho latter by deliver
ing a declamation.
Mit. Chapman, clerk at Thrum's,
intends applying for a license to open
a drug store at Wailuku, Maui, on or
about July 1st. Mr. Chapman is an
experienced compounder of drugs,
and will no doubt bo welcomed at
Wailuku with his enterprise.
Five handsome sketches by Strong
were rallied oil' yesterday evening.
The tickets were drawn by a young
lady and E. P. Adams fc Co,, West
Dow & Co., C. J. McCarthy, Bert
Rising, and Harry Davidson each
became a winner of a sketch.
The managing board of tho Royal
Hawaiian Agricultural Society met
last evening, and decided to hold tho
annual horticultural show sometime
during the month of October next,
in the howly-rrected premises at thu
Government Nurocry, on King street.
Master J. Wilder, son of tho Hon.
S. G. Wilder and student at St.
Matthew's College, San Mateo, Cali
fornia, icceivcd injuries about the
face from an explosion of gun
powder, just previous to tho sailing
of the Zealandia for Honolulu. The
injuries though notseveiu wero of a
most painful nature.
.- ! -.
The recital of Shakspero's tragedy,
Julius Caesar, by Mr. Locke Richard
ton, last evening, at Mis. Dickson's
residence, was a rule feat of memory
power. The reciter's dramatic abil
ity, too, called forth expressions of
admiration from all present. Mr.
Hichufdfcon will givo two f tu thcr en
tertainments, at tho same place on
the 22nd and 24th inst.
Mit. F. L. Clarke has shown us a
beautiful album of Hawaiian ferns,
which is to bo bound for a customer
on Jho Coast. Tho border of the
album leaves is of Japanese leather,
and tho leaves are of Chinese lice
I uper, making a handsome combina
tion with the lich ferns. There arc
.5 varieties of the latter in the book,
.umo of them extremely delicate unci
The San Funoisco "Evening Post"
contains an account of the clobing
exercises of Mills Seminary, in which
is tho following complimentary allu
fion to a young Honolulu lady:
"The music numbers given wero
superior, and among the vocalists
who did especially weil may be men
tioned Miss Friederieko Nolte, of tho
Hawaiian Islands, who sang very
acceptably, At tho Eastern Gate'."
Miss Nolte has many friends and
former companions in Honolulu, all
of whom will be pleased to learn that
she is acquitting herself so creditably
across the waters.
GLAD TO CO.
The tragedians Emmet and Brans
combe departed, from this insular
kingdom on the baikentinc Makah
this afternoon, for a city where their
dramatic abilities will be appre
ciated. Last evening, when Mr.
Emmet was asked if ho would like
to say anything in tho way of an
apology to the Honolulu public, he
struck a diamalic attitudo and said:
"Well, no, I have nothing to say,
only that we aro going to San Fran
cisco, and on our arrival there will
picsent a five-act drama, on the
Baldwin stage, suppoitcd by tho
Baldwin company. We have been
heio a mouth, and arc weary of tho
place. Honolulu may become in
teresting after a year's residence in
the country , but we have no dcsiio
to stay that long. The people hero
are so far ahead of other cities in
the dramatic ait that 'our acting was
ion tame for them. Wo don't care
n twopence for public opinions in
Mils place, but wo appreciate tho
opinions of tho press. We wero
ucll received in other places, but
Iloiioluliiims. are hard to please. It
is our belief Mutt wo gave them too
much drama in our acting, No, wo
don't want to redeem out selves: wc
would rather keep our money." .
The following notice is given for
the benefit of owners of horses en
toicd in tile 'coming races:
All withdrawals of cutties must bo
made, and notice given to the Secre
tary of thu Club, by 1 o'clock r.M.
of the day pieicediug the race; and
all declarations, where mote than
one horse has been euteied, must bo
mado as above, and tho namo of the
horse to bo run bo given to the
Secretary. By order of tho Execu
tive Committee. 0. O. Beuqeu,
W are having very dry and nlndy
weather in this distriot, and are
longing for a good sousing rain.
Notwithstanding the dry wcatlier on
the lowlands, (there is constant talus
in tho mountain) thu mill is doing
good wmk and continues to grind a
very high aveiago of cane. The
improvements lulely effected by Mr.
Foster in tho shapo of two largo
reservoirs, situated matika, aro of
great use at tho present time, when
food Is scarce for the cattle, by en
abling the whole of the cane to be
brought to tho mill by tho flumes,
the system of which lias been greatly
improved of late, so that lluming
can be done from nil points.
LATEST FROM THE VOLCANO. '
From a letter received yesterday
by Mr. Whitney, publisher of tho
Gazette, wo nro permitted to copy
tho following extract, which gives
tho condition of tho crater, at the
latest date reported by Mr. Maby,
tho manager of the Volcano
"Dear Sir: Tho bright reflec
tion has continued on tho clouds
overhanging the crater, and it was
much brighter this morning between
2 and 4 o'clock. As soon as a good
chance offers, I will have my men
go near enough 'to the edge' of the
pit to look down into it and sec the
lava. But the steam and smoke are
now so dense as to make it very
hazardous to approach the new
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
The Zealandia lias brought a
splendid lot of fresh California
fruits and vegetables in good condi
tion. Apples, cherries, grapes, red
currants, apricots, cherry plums,
gooseberries, cauliflowers, ihubarli
and green peas are all on the pro
gramme. The grocery establish
ments of Davis & Wilder, Lewis &
Co., II. May & Co., and II. E.
M cln tyre & Bro. piosented a very
San Francisco-like ayppearuncc this
morning. The cherries, apricots
and cherry plums looked particu
larly nice. By 2 o'clock this after
noon tho bulk and beauty had
greatly reduced, and anybody not
wishing to be too late will have to
hurry up to catch thu tall end.
THE COMINC CONCERT.
Our readers scarcely require re
minding of the Joran-Lenuioni con
cert in tho Hawaiian Opera House
to-morrow evening, neither do the
performers named need introducing
to the Honolulu public. The
Misses Joran aro well and favorably
known to most of our music-loving
people, both professionally and
socially. During Mio interval be
tweun their professional engagement
with Siguor Campubullo at the Opera
House and now they have passed
the timo in quiet retirement, making
many friends and unconsciously
pioduciiig a deep impress of theii
excellent social qualities. To-morrow's
concert will be a valedieloiy
salutation to their friends and tin
public, prior to their departuio foi
Austialia. Siguor Lencioui is tilbO
favorably known to tho public, as
thu amusing and musical buffo
singer of Campobollo's tioupe. The
ono stranger to Honolulu who will
figure prominently in thu concert is
Mdile. Leonora Aldiui, who arriv
ed by last night's steamer. Site
comes witli a high professionnl re
putatioti, is said to bo an excellent
soprano, and a young ludy of great
promise. Tho public, however, will
he able Xo judge for themselves.
From tho perbonel of thu artistes
and tho contents of the programme
a first class concert is confidently ex
pected. The progrummo is hereto
1 Concerto for two Pianos (Cadenza by
Ricneckc) Misses Pauline & Ells'e
Orchestra accompaniment on third
piano by Miss Lula Joran, and Vio
lin Obligate by Prof. J. V.
2 Grand Aria and Allegro Traviata. . . .
9111c. Leonora Aldlni
3 Violin Solo Polonaise Urlllante
M lss Paulino Joran
4 Cavatlna Largo al fae Totum Tlar
blcre Siguor Lulgi Lcneiunl
5 Piano Solo Rondo, On. 10
Miss Lula Joran
G Adieu to the Regiment
Mile. Leonora Aldlni
7 Violin Solo Spanish Dances
Miss Puuliuu Joran
(a) Prelude and Fugue,
id) Etude, A minor
8 Piano Solo -I
0 Grand Flmdo Duo Itiitaphm, from
the Daughter of the Regiment
Mile. Leonora Aldlni and Signer
10 Trio -two Pianos and Violin, "No
Mo Olvldas" Misses Jorau
What? Goods on ice, and tho Deli
cacies of tho season. Whence? Fioin
thu coast. When? Just arrived, ex
Zealandia. Where? At DAVIS &
of the finest and richest FLAVORS
and ornamented from plain to the
highest STYLE OF ART which not
only cannot bo imitated dor much
less excelled, ut the Pioneer Steam
Candy, Icp Cream and Cako Factory,
Hotel street, between Fort and Nun
anil streets. GO 2w
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Puuels,
Stretchers, Canvas, utc, etc., at King
Bios.' Art store, -lOOt.
Cooi, oil' when it's hot. Thero is
no hotter remedy than those delicious
Creams, Ices, ami Drinks served ut
tho Elite Ice Cream Purlers. 40.
(Dates to the 1st inst., per S. 3.
The defeat of the Gladstone Min
istry on the Irish Home Itule. bill
was considered inevitable. Lord
Chambei lain leads a strong section
of the Liberal party against the
measure. At a meeting of Cham
berlain's followers on thu 31st May,
forty-six members determined to
vole against the bill. A dissolution
of l'ailiament was expected to follow
the defeat of the Ministry.
The Farncllites were said to have
accepted the situation on the Home
The police seized a quantity of
rifles, bayonets aud swords at Bel
fast, on board of a steamer from
Flectwpod, consigned to parties in
Gladstone has received a letter
signed by 600 Protestant residents
ot Ulster In favor of Irish Homo
Rule. They say that they nro con
vinced that a native Parliament will
be conducive to prosperity, content
ment and observance of luw in Ire
laud. In the IIouso of Commons, on the
21th, the Under Colonial Secretary
said of the communications expected
from Washington respecting the
seizure of U. S. fishing vessels by
tho Canadians, that the matter
would be considered in a friendly
spirit and with duo regard to tho
maintenance of the fishery lights of
An Athens despatch of the 2Sth
says: both the. Greek and Turkish'
armies arc mutually surrendering
the prisoners and position they re
spectively captured during thu
frontier fighting of the last few
days, and the armies will to-day
commence returning fiom the fron
tier. Cholera in a virulent form lias
appeared in villages of Brctagne,
Fiance, where the fishermen assem
ble in large numbers in the spring
time and live together under un
fa vot aide conditions. Marseilles is
also said to be in a deplorable sani
tary condition and the mortality
record for the first three months of
the present year is greater than for
any preceding year, being at the
i ate of 40 per 1,000 of the popula
tion. Cholera is reported to have
madb its appearance in that city.
A naval engagement on a small
scale occurred at Gibraltar. A
Spanish revenue cutter lired upon
and seized three trading boats in
shore. The rock opened lire on the
cutter, which was oventually brought
in by a British armed launch.
A Nova Scotia schooner was
seized at Portland for violation of
the American customs laws, and the
event produced considerable excite
ment; hut a despatch was forwarded
from Washington on tho 29th to the
collector of customs at Portland to
release tho, vessel, as it appeared
that the master had no intention of
violating the law.
The Knights of Labor Convention
at Cleveland, have embodied their
wants in a series of demands to be
presented to Cougres for legisla
tion. Mrs. Pendleton, wife of the
United States Minister to Berlin,
was thrown from her carriage in
New York Central Park and almost
San FiancUco had a $75, 000 fire
on the night of thelMtli, fu Kragcr
and Geist's furniture factory ami
adjoining buildings. Some sixty
families were burnt out.
C AX ADA.
A mob of 2,000 persons paraded
tho streets of Toronto, on the night
of the 20th, street cais were smashed
and n general uproar prevailed.
The troubles arose aro out of a
strike of street car drivers.
A CANARY HIKD. brown and gold,
a llnu singer. Thu Under will be
suitably rewarded on returning It to
MRS. S. M. DAMON,
No. 20 Nuiutnti Street.
HPUK GYMNASIUM PUEMISES on
L Foil ftrect, lot 08 feet by I (13 feet,
It illillng :0 (cut by 84 feet. This Is a
tury dcMrnlile nlnto for a p ivate rcsl.
luiice or Lodging llous'i. and will bu
old at a reasonable figure. Inquire of
O. H L'lE.
Trcft'iirer Honolulu Athletic Acocla.
rpO tho Creditors of the Bankrupt
X Estate of GOO HOY, tuke
notice: That the undersigned, assignee
if tho Kstato of GOO HOY, a
liimkriipt, has, preparatory to his final
account and dividend, Miluutlicd his
iccotmts as such uslgmo and tiled the
nine beforo linn. K. Pru-tnn, Justice
of I lie Supreme Court, ut his cliambois,
to whom he will apply at 10 o'clock
on T1JUK8DAY, the 17lh day "Nunc,
IHKII, for a M'ttlcuuml of said account
and fur a dhclmtgo Horn all liability us
Michafckigiii'C, and for an order lomakon
tlnitl divlddid. and (hat any person in.
icrcstcd may then and there appear and
contest tho same.
W. 0. PARKE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Juno 0, lbRU. fiO-S.3
FIHSTCU-S NEW UPIUGIIT
PIANO, at Jll Nuuiinu hi. -IDOi
FTER this date the MILK and
IHITTTi'll APfnilVTS nf tl.H
Woo Haw ii Dulrv and Slock Co. will he
kept liv .INO. A. PALM Kit. ut Ills oltlce,
No. 77 Fort Slii-ct, and 111 iccclpt for
monoys duo the Company will ho sufll.
cicnt. A. L. SMITH, Brc'y.
HojoIuIu, Juuo 1, ljtiu. 41 lw
TWO ESPEItltiKCBD HANDS at
once. Apply to
MPS. A M. M ELLIS,
Drcsi-lnakluc I'Miihlbhmcnl 101 Fort si
Fresh Frozen Oyster
ex Zealandlu, at the
ASKMI.ANNUAL .MEETING OF
Hie IJ mrd of Trustees of lliu
QuconS Hospital, will be held at the
lliom of (he Chamber of Commerce on
Wet ncsday next, Ihullth June, 18R0, nt
1 p. in. Per old' r
F. A HOHAEKI.K,
Honolulu, Juno 4lh. 18-.0. 40 4t
J UN a 10, 18S0.
GRAND FAREWELL CONCERT
Talented Young Trio:
LULA, PAULINE & EL1SE JORAN.
The Favorile Ruffo Uarltonc,
Signor Luigi Lencioni
and llrtt appearance of
MLLE. LEONORA ALDINI,
Prima Donna Hnpiano.
HOT Tickets, $1, 70 cents and 50 cents.
Ilox slictl now open al J. K. WUeman's.
Addicts Signor Lencioni. - 4tl 8t
Trustee's Sale !
By order of A. J. C.irlurlghl, Sr., the
duly appointed E cculor and 'Jiutlee of
ihe Iici will and testament of Kmina
Kuluk'nnulaiil, dvcuind, and under
llceiiMi of the Supreme Court nf the
tfavwiiiiin IOamW, billing us a Court of
Probate, weaic directed lo tell at pub
lic auction, at our Saleeiuom, In Hono
tho Oth Day of July, 188C,
at 13 M. of ihitdny, all the right, tide
and Intrrt of llio suld A. J. Cart.
wright, br., as such Executor and Trus.
Ice as aforesaid, and all the right, title
and interest which the eulil Emniu ICa
luleoiialiiul hud nt the time of her de
ci use, of. In and tu that certain plcco or
parcel Of laud, known us the
situate lit ilic District of Kona, Inland of
Kuual, aud containing an
Area of :i,000 Acith,
moruor 1cb, iih de-crilud in Hoynl P.i
lent No. 4S13, Muhele A Aiinf 4:1,
at the Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
and hi-fi that cettaln piece or parcel of
land t-lttinto in Nuuiinu Valley, Ho no.
lulu, I-Jiiud of Oahu, and known as
and bi'Intr llio pretnUes formerly occu.
pled by W. L. Green, Esq., as a private
1ST Eur further particulars, apply to
A. J. Curlwright, Sr., or ,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
4!) Id Auctioneers.
TUB undersigned is prepared to fur
nish specimeus of all the
Ferns of the Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rates.
Complete ColloctloiiH embrac
ing 140 varieties iuire.-cnllng 20 famllic-.
prepared to order only. These collections
db iy entile froiiii of each fern with
rooin i(d other important parts of each
plant, t.'ollcciinni embracing from 'JD
to su varieties elegantly mounted and
decorated with mosses, lichens a,nd fen.
weeds peculiar lo thu idtiuds always on
hand at Mcr. King Uros.' Art Store,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Packages of the spores of all varieties
of ferns 'found in the group for sale.
Tucsu package are guaranteed to contain
fresh sporcauiid ate securely put up aud
uccunilcly named. Pricuper packet 10
Pamphlet coalnlting paitlculnrs in
reference to living plants, with a cata.
lugue of hu tenth mailed to tiny ndilrefh
within the Potul Union upon iccelpl of
5 com st. .nip, Ailili ii-h,
V L CLARKE,
87 Honolulu, Oiliu, It. I.
ALL ordcis for Cartage promptly at.
tended to. Particular attention
paid to lite
Storing & Shipping
of goods In transit to tho other Ielauds.
Also, Black and White Sand
in (man titles to suit at lowest prices
Olllue, adjoining K. P, Adams & Co.'s
933 Iy Mutual Telephone No. 10,
F. HORN Can Sell See Gream,
Fruit and All Fancy Sees Cheaper
Than any other Establishment on the Wands, and which HE GUARANTEES to
he .Superior lo any other
FIRSTLY UOUX has the pinctlcnl Experience hlnuclf for 4" vents In all known
CREAMS and KANOY ICES, nnd for that reason Is not obliged to pay extra
vagant wages for another man's knowledge not worth 25 cents to him.
SECONDLY HORN has no extra Expense such as Rent, Help, etc.
THIRDLY-HORN ha STEAM FACILITIES by which hu can tnak-ln twonty
minutes what will take 4 men one hour to do, and for that reason can execute
orders lit far Miorter time than any olliir.
FOURTHLY HORN Is tho pr.icllcnl Masjer over his Journeymen. In many
other establishments of litis kind, the Journeymen aro the masters, no matter
how 111 tie knowledge they are o rested of, becauto tho employer knows no
thing about the making of the article he sells.
P.S. Although not hatimr'n.cciied
arrive soon, F. HORN will execute small
Practical Confectioner, Fancy Pastry Cook and Ornamentor.
RESPEOTFULLY informs the Public of Ilonoh.lu imd tho Mantis gcncially
that he Intends to furnish, as soon ns the ncuhd appliances titrhe, all th
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
practically known to him Having made a contrucl with the 'Wootllawn Dairy for
a couiotnt simply of their celebrated Cicam, will Ftipplj his cuMotncrs with more
than llfty dllicient kinds Fancy Creams, Tootle Fruliy, Sooilli-i- and umny more
too numerous to mention here, all of which be has had practical experience with
al the Imperial Courts of Vit nua nnd tho Royul Ccnfeiiionciy of Ravaila. All
steain.powcr-tnade article in thN line aie far supirior to any handmiudc.
Proprietor Pioneer S'lcam Cindy Pacini) and Oinnuuntnl I'ntifu doner.
FACTORY AND fcTORK No. 71 Hotel stteei. between lott and .Vimaim .ts.
Both. Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Special arrangements made regarding Prlcis foi largo orders, whioh It'
will be impossible for any ne clue lo compete wlih.
F. Horn's Steam-Made Creams,
Fruit, Claict, Madeira, Melon, Mille Fruit,
Champagne, Maiachlno, Nuoui and any other Water Io-t- dctirt'd.
Proprietor5 Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Practical
Confectioner. i l 2w
mm "y" i'"" "i11 rj H ,ijjti '""rrTr-riiJf iwP
Received ex Auttiallu, a Larue aud E'cgant Slock ofJMitMs ai.il C hlliiitn'b fcping
HeellSliocti.of all sizes. Also, a Splendid flirt of
Cents' and Boys
PIGS FOR SALE.
A FEW CHOICE iinall
PIGS, fit for loa-ili.g.
Alio, a few choice Duroc
Pigs, for bleeding pui-
pmcb. Apply at
iQ lm LUNALILO HOME.
Corrugated Iron I
An Invoice Just received,
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feot Lengtho.
till UUUU1U U. XllUlUJ-,)
For salo in Quantities to suit.
WILDER Ac Co.
-A KKW tNYOICK OK
In Hair Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For salo hi Road or Duty paid by
M. S. GIMNBATJ2H &. Co..
02 Qucon Street. Honolulu. f Sin
di videneTnotice .
A DIVIDEND of r,0 a Share Is pay.
able at tho olllcu of Mcfsrs. II.
Hfickfeld & Co. to the Shareholders ot
the Koloa Huear On.
J, F.IIACKFKLD, Troisurur.
Honolulu, Juuo 1, 16S0. 43
ne Frencn Glare
the mcenrv appliance yet which aro to
orders for Creams from this day on very
Boots and Shoes. o.n
A CO.MI"ETE.TierMn u- Jfnru'. and
bewlui' Maid Aoil to
47 lw J 1'. WISEMAN.
Al! Special Orders
ilk, fiiitir nT'Cnui
left at DAVIS it W1I DER'S (I'elc
phone l.'lU) any moiilnt;
Before 11 O'clock
will be tilled with rcatonablu
promptness by the
Woodlawn Doiry & Stook Comp'y,
41 A.L.KMITH. Seoy lm
AC OOD, sober, teliaolu, sternly man,
one used to Urn ciainiiy. To take
care of horses, milk a few ows, and at.
lend lo (,'ioiindi, ut n private residence
on .Man). Nure need nppl unli'i fully
ahlu to meet the aboic 'lupiiicmcntB.
Wanes, v-li a mouth, lion id nnd ledplng.
Apply lo J E WIS! MAX,
!l Gen'l DusiliOH Aeiit.
AERIAL BOATS !
ARE XOW hUNMNQ KVERY
Afioiiiuon ami Evnilng, bcglnnlne
at I o'clock Thete pii'iifiiut means of .
lUcrrallou an- now ri"id for the diver
slnn of the ptillle at the
Corner Queen & Richards Sts.
Only 10 cinlH h ride ot five minutes. A
groat norvii tuviijorator.
C. 33. & F. LUCTWEAKO.
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